Grateful Dead Live at Broome County Arena on 1979-05-09
Me And My Uncle
New Minglewood Blues
Friend Of The Devil
Looks Like Rain
China Cat Sunflower ->
I Know You Rider
He's Gone ->
Wharf Rat ->
Johnny B. Goode
(FOB) Nakamichi 700 -> Cassette Master -> FLAC (shnid=85421) supplies:
Drums (5:14 - 5:25)
-- Set 2 is seamless
-- Around and Around tease at beginning of Sugar Magnolia
-- Thanks to Steve Rolfe for lending me his masters
-- Thanks to Joe B. Jones for his help with the pitch correction
Subject: When I Paint
Subject: Truckin - WOW
Subject: 30 years ago today
An old friend who is presently living in S.Africa reminded me about our 30-year anniversary of this show. "Epic" is the most appropriate and accurate description for our participation in this show, and the show itself. Thanks to all you tapers and archivists out there for providing reinforcement for the magical memories of the rest of us. It is a tremendous gift you have provided, and I wanted you all to know that you and your work are very appreciated. This show changed me and my life, almost entirely for the better. Peace.
Subject: '79...hell yeah
Oh, and I nearly spit coffee on my monitor when I read the previous review, "I'd offer the wife, but he doesn't deserve all the bitching that comes with that." Good stuff...
Subject: Damn Straight
You got it! Anytime he wants Charlie Miller can drink my beer, stay at my house, and borrow my car; I'd offer the wife, but he doesn't deserve all the bitching that comes with that.
And thank you Steve for the outstanding taping job. Man, I felt like I was there, and what a show!
And I don't mean what a show, like a pretty good show: I mean this is one of their best freaking shows ever. I listen to 90% 1974 and earlier and I am just totally blown away by this show.
Who put Benzedrine in the band's ovaltine???? (yeah, right . . . )
What a freaking show!!!!!!!!
Subject: Charlie Miller
Subject: bread crumb
I was really interested to hear how China > Rider sounded. For me, the jam between is the bell-weather, and I suspect for the band as well becuase they didn't roll it out for a while after Brent joined. The audience reaction here is pretty enthusiastic, but I don't think it is a unified thought just yet.
Subject: Sweet fob
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